Tribambuka Print - Journey Home - Migration Museum Shop

Tribambuka Print - Journey Home

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This piece is by Russia-born, London-based artist Tribambuka, also known as Anastasia Beltyukova.

It forms part of her exhibition ‘I Am Home’, a selection of drawings, limited edition prints and mixed media sketchbooks based on the themes of ‘Home’ and ‘Identity’ as well as the intersection between them.

Anastasia says:

"I approached Home and Identity as one theme rather than two. Home is about belonging, being fully yourself. In Jungian symbolism a home / house usually represents one’s psyche. The idea of home is inseparable from the idea of one’s identity. How do we know who we are when ‘our world’ falls apart? Who will I choose to be when I can no longer be who I was? Our relationship with the concept of home transforms as we continually transform on the path of self-realisation. Once we find ourselves - we find the home we seek."

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Anastasia Beltyukova  (Tribambuka)

Beltyukova is a Russian born, London based award-winning illustrator, animation director & artist.  Anastasia has collaborated with the museum for many years now and has produced animations including directing and animating the film for Heart of the Nation.

Her practice is concerned with the themes of shifting identity, home and belonging. As a British artist with Russian roots, she takes a critical approach to the complexities of her heritage through a contemporary lens of feminist thought and mythological thinking.

All artworks are limited edition.

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